Why this image of mine is rejected as technical issue?
phichakl18197330, Hello. As an Adobe Stock contributor, you will benefit by studying all of the excellent guidelines and tips furnished by Adobe - free. At first glance, I do not see the issues the reviewer sees. Here is a link for you to research on your own. Always look at your work at 200% enlargement to find all the issues. Best regards, JH
Adobe Stock accepts photos shot with any camera—including a mobile device—if they meet our technical and legal requirements as well as our quality standards.
Thank you very much for your suggestions.
Yes, I follow those requirements with no exceptions.
probably the watermark.
Thank you very much for your suggestion but I've been using this watermark with several photos without any issue.
(...) but I've been using this watermark with several photos without any issue.
It may well be that a different moderator would have let it pass. I do not know about your "several photos", but here the watermark is highly disturbing and cripples a very nice picture conveying a nice message.
I'm not claiming that this is the problem that lead to the refusal, but it was the first that came into my mind when I looked at this picture. It's probably an easy go to try it without that watermark.
I removed it already and resubmitted, see what they say.
Was your resubmission of the above image accepted?
In light of your response to Abambo, I believe you should pay special attention to the "dos and don'ts" at Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock . If watermark was accepted, it could be that it was viewed as artwork, rather than watermarks. If that's the viewpoint that prompt acceptance, it could be that this rejected image was rejected for composition, the way it's cropped across the circles. Otherwise the moderator that reviewed this image saw it for what it is, a watermark that should not be there.